West German version of the movie (also a sovexport version does exist)
This copy is another cut of the film starting with the FWMS logo but also a totally anachronistic opening music. It has scenes and shots which the Sovexport is missing and vice versa. The scenes are also cut in a different way and it's impossible to tell the original sequence without consulting the script. Judging from certain scenes I guess that the Sovexport is closer to the original cutting, but the beginning must be correct in this one because there's no way you can insert the talk between Uhlig and Ambesser into the Sovexport. So there's no way to avoid uploading both versions.
The film itself is shows us Axel von Ambesser as a freshly married young heir who on a trip to Tunisia meets a young girl (Charlotte Schellhorn) who takes his love vows very seriously though they weren't meant that way. She drops in on him at the ship and when the wife (Anneliese Uhlig) appears, problems arise. Arriving in Bremen and visiting the rich uncle (Heinrich George) misunderstandings ensue who is Ambesser's wife while he tries to win his real one back.
That might not sound too promising, but the film is carried very far by the dry humour which Schellhorn, Ambesser and Uhlig display. In fact George is somehow the weak point of this film because he slows it down with his pompous acting. I think this film shows that Staudte had considerable qualities as comedy director.
Charlotte Schellhorn committed unfortunately 1945 suicide at only 23, so it was not only George's last film but hers also. Anneliese Uhlig on the other hand is still alive at 95 and one of the last surviving Ufa stars.